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Denver Startup Week Challenge will offer awards to most innovative startups

Denver Startup Week organizers and the University of Denver's Project X-ite have announced the Denver Startup Week Challenge.

Gaming bar Board Game Republic opens in Baker

The pub and cafe boasts more than 600 board games for those who aren’t just satisfied with the average game of Sorry! anymore and want to hone their Parcheesi skills instead.

FullContact brings in $25 million to expand, add employees

Cross-platform contact management startup FullContact announced that it raised $25 million.

All Copy Products, Inner City Heath Center offering free vision screening

All Copy Products and the Inner City Heath Center (ICHC) will offer children and adults free vision screening as part of national Children's Eye Health and Safety month.

Pop-up beer garden coming to Skyline Park

From Aug. 19 to Sept. 15, the bar at Skyline Park will pour Colorado craft beers.

Follow Your Fruits & Veggies Journey, a monthlong celebration of local foods, kicks off

The Colorado Department of Agriculture and its Colorado Proud program are celebrating local food and food manufacturers with the Follow Your Fruits & Veggies Journey.

Arts in Society grant program launching in Denver

RedLine is administering the program, which will support social practice projects. Grants will range between $10,000 and $50,000. 

Colorado STEMworks helps investors find STEM programs

Colorado STEMworks has added six programs ideal for investment to its database.

"Debugging the Developer Shortage" offers informal IT job fair

"Debugging the Developer Shortage," a networking event and informal job fair, is scheduled for Aug. 3 at RiNo's Green Spaces.

Denver proposes dedicated fund for affordable housing

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Councilwoman Robin Kniech introduced the details of the city’s plan to create funding to support affordable housing.

Hillary Clinton visits Denver trading startup PanXchange

PanXchange announced that Hillary Clinton visited the startup shortly after it launched the first U.S. pilot of its web-based trading software.

Mile High WorkShop expands, offers local makers space

Mile High WorkShop, an innovative job training program that helps disadvantaged people learn employable skills, is expanding.

Denver Startup Week receives proposals for nearly 1,000 sessions

The organizers of Denver Startup Week received a total of 944 proposals for sessions at the annual event being held Sept. 12-16.

Asynchrony Labs growing in Denver

IT services company World Wide Technology and its subsidiary Asynchrony Labs is hiring in Denver.

Colorado Technology Association starts tech internship accelerator

The Colorado Technology Association has partnered with Denver Public Schools to launch the inaugural Civic Tech Internship Accelerator.
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